Road rage incident in Pennsylvania ended with stabbing and man charged with murder, police say

road rage stabbing leads to one man dead in pennsylvania
Source: Mega

Apr. 14 2021, Updated 11:42 a.m. ET

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A man was stabbed to death on Route 61 in Pennsylvania and police say it was a road rage incident that led to the fatal attack. 

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Pennsylvania State Police were called to Route 61 for a report of a stabbing around 2 p.m. on April 12, police said.

Upon arrival, police found George Marcincin, 38, the victim of the stabbing. He was later pronounced dead on the scene, police said.

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After an investigation, police learned that the incident was a case of road rage and the suspect, Tamiir Ion Whitted, 29, and Marcincin both got out of their vehicles and got into a fight, as reported by Skook News.

Whitted pulled out a knife and stabbed Marcincin multiple times and then fled the scene, police said.

According to witnesses, Whitted fled the scene in a silver sedan.

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Shortly after the attack, police performed a traffic stop on a four-door Honda Accord, which matched the description given by witnesses, police said.

However, the driver refused to stop and a short pursuit started, police said. Eventually, Whitted pulled over and was taken into custody.

Whitted was charged with first-degree murder, third-degree murder, aggravated assault and other counts, police said.

No bail was set for Whitted.

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